Video: Visiting the Ecole Technique at the vallée de Joux

Jeff Kingston visits the Ecole Technique at the Vallée de Joux in Le Sentier, one of five watchmaking schools in Switzerland.

 

What does it take to become a watchmaker?
What is the curriculum?

We get a guided tour through the Watchmaking School and see some of the different stages of the 3 year curriculum that the students follow to become trained as watchmakers, qualified to work for a watch company. Enjoy this special look behind the scene from the watchmaking school Ecole Technique.

 

 

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